Property Taxes Payment
For your convenience, there are a few ways to pay your Property Taxes in the District of Stewart:
Pay by Internet Banking
- Add the District of Stewart Tax as a Payee
- Use your Property Roll Number as the “Account number” – this number is located in the top left area of your tax notice. Important: do not use the decimal point – only the numbers.
Warning: Penalties will be applied if your financial institution rejects payment or if payment is made after your financial institution’s LOCAL cut off time on the due date. These payments will be processed with a payment date equal to the next business day.
Pay By Telephone Banking
If you are making your payment by Telephone, confirm that your current property roll number is the one registered on your bill payment menu.
When processing your payment via telephone or internet banking, your payment will be subject to penalties if rejected by your financial institution or if you pay after your financial institution's local cut off time on the due date. These payments will be processed with a "payment date" equal to the next business day.
** If paying by internet or telephone banking, eligible property owners must make sure that they have completed and submitted their Home Owner Grant application to the District's Office. **
Pay By Mail
Payments by cheque or money orders, made payable to the District of Stewart, can be mailed to:
District of Stewart
PO Box 460
705 Brightwell Street
Stewart, British Columbia
If you are mailing your payment, please allow ample time for your payment to be received at Stewart on or before the due date. Enclose the stub portion of your bill with your payment. If you are paying by cheque, record your tax roll number or property address on your cheque.
If you require a receipt from the District of Stewart, please include a self-addressed envelope with appropriate postage, and a receipt will be mailed to you.
Pay In Person
Payments by debit or cash, cheque or money order, made payable to the District of Stewart, can be delivered in person to the District Office .
Please note that debit card transactions may be subject to daily transaction limits imposed by your financial institution.
* Please be aware that the District of Stewart does not accept credit cards as payment for property taxes. *